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New Here ,
Mar 19, 2019

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We went to Sweden to see the Northern Lights last year and we wanted to take pictures of them so we decided to rent the camera from a professional photographer of the northern lights, he set up the camera for us so that we could catch the lights. Every time we took a picture we would see in the screen if we it looked ok and it did but when we came back home and put it in the computer they were all out of focus. They look like we took pictures running. Am I able to fix this??? Help

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Mar 19, 2019

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We went to Sweden to see the Northern Lights last year and we wanted to take pictures of them so we decided to rent the camera from a professional photographer of the northern lights, he set up the camera for us so that we could catch the lights. Every time we took a picture we would see in the screen if we it looked ok and it did but when we came back home and put it in the computer they were all out of focus. They look like we took pictures running. Am I able to fix this??? Help

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Mar 19, 2019

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Hi Aleja,

Could you please check this tutorial and see if it helps? How To Fix Blurry Photos In Photoshop - Photoshop Tutorial - YouTube

Regards,
Sahil

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Mar 20, 2019

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Can you share a link to one of the photos? 

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May 01, 2019

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Hello, sorry for replying so late... Let me know if you can access it. Thanks for your time!

https://photos.app.goo.gl/uxU3zdQyU3qiNbQAA

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May 01, 2019

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Thanks for posting the ink. Did you use a tripod? Can you post the details: ISO, f/stop, Shutter Speed (tap on the letter 'i' to cycle through this info. Did you shoot jpg or RAW?

What camera did you use? The images look like the Noise filter was applied at a high setting.

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May 01, 2019

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All I know is that the person who we rented the camera from, is a professional photographer of the Northern Lights. He set up the camera with the tripod so that we could capture the lights. I'm looking at the properties and this is the info:

I believe we shoot RAW

Camera: Canon EOS 1300D

F/Stop: F/0

Exposure time: 5 secs

ISO 3200

Focal length 5mm

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